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Bill Bush: Between Death and Reincarnation: This Artweek.LA (June 6 - 12)
Publisher of Artweek.LA, a leading online magazine dedicated to the Los Angeles art scene

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100 Saints You Should Know, Elephant Theatre Company, Los Angeles
James Scarborough​, 06.07.2011
Man of Letters/Minor Critic
100 Saints You Should Know, written by Kate Fodor, directed by Lindsay Allbaugh, and given its West Coast premiere at the Elephant Theatre Company, presents a story that asks questions but doesn't, alas, provide answers.
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Anti-Cinematic: The Music of Kyle Bobby Dunn
Daniel J. Kushner​, 06.07.2011
Arts Journalist and Music Critic
It's as if someone plugged an amplifier into a Mark Rothko painting -- color, texture, space are decontextualized and presented in striking elemental form.
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Artspeak Quiz: Real or Randomly Generated?
Jane Chafin, 06.07.2011
Director, Offramp Gallery, Pasadena, CA
Everyone claims to hate artspeak, yet it doesn't seem in any danger of becoming a lost language anytime soon. So I decided to have a little fun with it.
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"Nothing Is Wrong" with Dawes
Ben Lear, 06.07.2011
A few years ago I had the special opportunity to share some of my own songs with Marilyn and Alan Bergman, one of the greatest songwriting teams of all time. I'll never forget what they said to me after I played for them.
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An Evening With Kelli O'Hara -- A Little Bit Country, a Lot of Broadway, and a Dash of Everything Else
Melody Breyer-Grell​, 06.07.2011
Singer, Writer, Critic
Kelli O'Hara's voice is clean, light and delicate, or so I thought until she started digging deep -- catching on fire. O'Hara is a first rate Broadway "diva" doing exactly what she wants to do without much peer.
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The 54th Venice Biennale: And the Winner Is...
Artlog, 06.07.2011
Blogger, Artlog.com
The results are in for the 54th Venice Biennale​'s award recipients.
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The Unique Value of Cindy Sherman
David Galenson​, 06.06.2011
Professor of Economics, University of Chicago
Cindy Sherman is a central figure in today's highly conceptual art world. The auction market, like the rest of the art world, clearly recognizes this.
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Grosz: Expressionist Art Is in Full Bloom
Angella Nazarian​, 06.06.2011
Author, 'Life as a Visitor'
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Amsterdam's Unique Art Vibe and Paris's Glory
Leah Sydney​, 06.06.2011
Art lovers will revel in this city bursting with some of the greatest museums in Europe in all their Flemish/Dutch glory while the city stays apace with young, hip artists as well.
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Summer Art Seen
Paul Klein, 06.03.2011
Art advocate
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With the Tony Awards At Hand, Best Actress Nominee Lily Rabe Has Been Having a Good Year
Brad Balfour, 06.06.2011
Veteran Interviewer and Pop Culture Chronicler
"In a year filled with so many productions... Almost as much as I love doing plays, [I love] going to see them, and there are so many incredible productions and performances right now."
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Nine Ways to Screw Up Your Creative Mojo
Mary Beth Maziarz​, 06.02.2011
Author of "Kick-Ass Creativity," presenting at The Open Center NYC on June 12, 2011
Talk a lot and don't do anything. Rattle on to people who won't challenge you to act on your ideas. Regularly pepper your language with long lists of excuses, and shut down offers of help or suggestions for solutions.
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Postcard From Paris: Ralph Lauren's Vintage Race Cars at the Muse des Arts Dcoratifs
Monique Stringfellow​, 06.03.2011
Copywriter/travel writer
This summer, Ralph Lauren will be exhibiting seventeen outstanding automobiles at Paris' Musée des Arts Décoratifs. The cars featured in the expo are design objects, works of art.
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Bird Soaks in Me
Katherine Dunn, 06.02.2011
Artist of Apifera Farm; author, '​Creative Illustration Workshop​'
While I was in the barn yesterday taking pictures of the building, I heard the distinctive call of the Western Tanager. The photo is nothing worth talking about, but I felt compelled to take it.
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Unimaginable Environmental Crises (Don't Mess With Mother Nature)
George Heymont​, 06.02.2011
San Francisco-based arts critic
Boy meets girl, boy gets girl, and boy gets to marry girl. But then girl turns into a tree and uses her roots to drag boy underground so that she can, once more, lie naked beside him and hold him in her arms.
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Philadelphia: Hip and Historic
Fern Siegel, 06.02.2011
Deputy Editor, MediaPost
Philadelphia has an array of theater, comedy clubs and music venues, like the famed Electric Factory, best known for electronic, heavy metal and rock.
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Bonsai Couture or the Haute Couture Fabric Art of Guerra de la Paz
Evelyne Politanoff​, 06.02.2011
Art and fashion enthusiast
Originally sourcing their materials from the waste bins of second-hand goods shipping companies in Miami's Little Haiti, the duo still make their sculptures primarily from the discarded items of daily life.
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Men Shooting Films in Caves
Alexandra Juhasz, 06.02.2011
Media Maker & Professor
It's like reality TV for filmmakers: wacky games with ridiculous rules bring out the real man. Our intrepid directors don't have to eat maggots but they do have to shoot almost an entire feature film within the tight, murky confines of a cave.
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